This video contains huge spoilers! You have been warned.
The Walking Dead from Telltale won all sorts of praise and awards for their amazing episodic series. Part of that had to do with all the choices you can make, with some of your actions determining some of the events that took place in the final episode, No Time Left.
So, what did you all choose to do?
Me? I didn't let the group cut off Lee's arm. Even without reading the comics, common zombie knowledge dictates that once you're bitten, there's really nothing you can do except wait for the end to come. Maybe if he had cut is arm off within 15-minutes of the bite things would have been different.
Otherwise my actions largely reflect the majority of choices shown off in the video. With the exception that Ben being anywhere around. I let him get what he deserved in episode 4.
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